arts and crafts

Summer Crafts – Keeping kids engaged and having fun!

 

As school lets out, many kids will find that the craft activities tend to stop as well. They do many craft activities in school all year long, in their classrooms and in art, but at home it may be an area that gets overlooked. But craft summer craft projects can be a lot of fun and keep kids engaged in using their skills!

This summer, check out some of these places for ongoing arts and crafts classes and workshops:

  •  Michael’s Stores
  • Home Depot
  • Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store
  • Lowe’s Build and Grow Workshops
  • Your local library

Each of these places will typically offer arts and crafts workshops for children that are free or reasonably priced. If you’d like to do some of the crafts at home, visit the library, or do a search online, for some crafts that you can make out of reused items you may have around the home.

Most kids love to do craft projects. Set a goal to do at least one or two craft projects every week throughout the summer. In addition to finding some to do at home, check out one of the organized classes for more fun!

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